Saturday, 4th November 2021 Ghana seems to be hanging as there is no clear hope to a working budget and financial policy for the year 2022. This is because the budget which was presented to parliament for voting was rejected by the minority at the end of the debate.
I Am Very Angry Today - Bernard Mornah Speaks As He "Tackles" House Of Chiefs Over Silence On Budget
The former Chairman of the People's National Convention (PNC) and leader of the group known as Justice For Ghana, Bernard Mornah has said that he is angry at the silence of our traditional leaders on the budget statement presented by the government. He has said that, he wonders how the Regional House of Chiefs have gone mute on the policy recommendations and matters arising from the same budget.
The former Communication Manager at Airtel Ghana and a social media activists, Mr. Raymond Ablorh has descended on Christian Council and Peace Council as part of the reason why the ongoing E-Levy Parliament brouhaha has still not been resolved. He charge them to tell Nana Addo that what he is doing is unacceptable.
The Minister of Chieftaincy must wake up and actively play his role to resolve the current Bawku crisis. Why has he not pitched camp at the Nayiri's palace at Nalerigu for constant consultations? And why has he not been shuttling between Naleriigu, Bolgatanga and Bawku to mediate among the traditional rulers, the religious leaders, the Inter-Ethnic Peace Council and other stakeholders?
Kelvin Taylor lamented about what he called selective justice in the country. Ranting on his Loud Silence TV Show yesterday September 24, he bemoaned why the National Peace Council which was vocal and active during the tenure of John Dramani Mahama has all of a sudden become toothless and watches on as things take a nosedive in the country.
The Police issued a stern warning to Ghanaian religious groups especially to prophets over their prophecies which have the tendency to cause fear and panic or put people's lives in danger. However, some prophets went ahead to prophesy on few events which are expected to happen. The prophecies of Prophet Nigel Gaisie have gained much attention from the general public because of the smart approach used by the prophet.
The National Peace Council has intervened in the ongoing chaotic debate in parliament over the approval or otherwise of the 2022 Budget Statement and Economic Policy. The Council led by the Chairman, Rev Dr Ernest Adu-Gyamfi have engaged both leadership of the Majority and Minority in Parliament over this impasse, and he is convinced some consensus has been arrived at in getting a working budget for the next fiscal year (2022).
Thursday, 9th September 2021 The former president of Ghana HE John Dramani Mahama has allegedly refused to succumb to the national peace council's call to withdraw and apologize for comments he made recently which the council deemed unguided. On the first day of his thank you tour, the former president used the phrase do or die to describe what will happen in 2024.
Over the past weeks, Ghana has recieved several cases of abuse of rights both from spiritualists and armed robbers. The rising tensions sparked a longstanding controversy between Ghanaians who lamented over the development. The Christian Council issued a statement to condemn the happenings and called on Ghanaians to be cautious about Spiritualists.
The National Peace Council has finally added its voice to the ongoing Ramadan debate at the Wesley Girls Senior High School.There has been a brouhaha between some Muslim parents and the authorities of Wesley Girls Senior High School.This was after the authorities of the school denied some students to participate in the Ramadan fasting month.
"Bishop Tell Peace Council And Christian Council To Also Address NPP Issues Just As Opponent Issues"
Social commentator and politician, Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known by the public as A-Plus has urged the President of Catholic Bishops' Conference Most Reverend Philip Naameh to inform Peace Council and Christian Council to be Swift in addressing NPP issues just as it addresses NDC issues. It seems these two big institution has kept mute on the happenings in the country since inception of President Akufo-Addo in 2017.
The National Peace Council has penciled a letter over the ongoing election petition hearing at the Supreme Court.The Peace Council in the statement appeals to the parties in the petition to maintain peace after the Court's final judgement.
Host of Angel TV morning show host Angel Captain Smart has confirmed that a message given by the supreme court to the peace Council regarding the judgement day remains unchanged.That gave the Peace council the green light to make their release.
The host of 'The Seat' evening show on Net 2 TV, Kwaku Annan yesternight, 16th August 2021 played some audio and revealed a secret audio of the Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Samuel Ofosu Ampofo. In the audio played, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo was heard saying the NDC must lay a tactical plan to wage a relentless war on the Electoral Commission Chair and for the first time, he endorsing insulting leadership, the civil society organization especially the Peace Council.
Peace Council Intervenes In The Problem Of Wesley Girls Shs Prohibiting The Muslim Student From Fast
The story of methodist SHS, Wesley Girls preventing muslim students from observing the Ramadan fast, caused a reaction from many , after the angry parents stormed that school to take get their children out of there.The first to react after the parents , were the media houses, then the political figures , followed by Ghana Education Service , and the religious figures.
Peace Council, Christian Council should shut up and return to apologize to Ghanaians for being sinfully irresponsible and hypocritical in a time like this. It can be recalled that from the beginning when the EC decided to prepare a new voter's roll to the aftermath of the election, there have been calls on the Peace Council to address the injustecs meted out by the security forces but no word was heard from them. Their silence until now makes them accomplices in this EC mess. They and the President, Nana Akufo-Addo
A former President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and Board Chairman of the Tamale Senior High School, Alhaji M. N. D. Jawula has said he hopes the petition sent to the National Peace Council (NPC) would be looked into. Their petitiin was for the council to look into a decision by the Wesley Girls Senior High School to deny Muslim students the right to observe the Ramadan fast.
Thank you for clicking in this interesting article about Muntaka's comment about the misunderstanding that rose between Muslims and Christians recently.Drop your views in the comment box below and follow up for more. The Legislator for the Asawase constituency, Hon Muntaka Mubarak has urged that Ghanaians should stay together because a country cannot operate if we don't live each other.
The National Peace Council (NPC) says it has initiated arrangement of commitment with pertinent establishments to determine the "No Fasting" strategy in Wesley Girls' Senior High School.The Council has thusly repeated its previous approach every influenced individual and associations to stay cool and focus on the deep rooted quiet concurrence among every one of the different strict groupings in the country.
The National Peace Council (NPC), has engaged Ghanaians, particularly, political entertainers to keep up harmony in the country in front of the Supreme Court's judgment on the 2020 Presidential Election Petition.